Ukraine: Ekotechnik Czech plans 160 MW PV project21. February 2013 | Applications & Installations, Industry & Suppliers | By: Becky Beetz
Czech-based Ekotechnik Czech has announced its plans to install 160 MW worth of photovoltaics in the Ukraine. A total of €400 million is expected to be invested in the project.
A memorandum of understanding is said to have been signed between Ekotechnik Ukraine and the Ukraine's Khmelnytskyi Oblast State Administration.
The photovoltaic plants will be installed in the Khmelnytskyi oblast region in a total of 14 districts, including in Dunavets, Khmelnytsk, Vinkovets, Yarmolynets, Novoushytsk, Kamianets-Podolskyi. Around 400 hectares of land is expected to be leased from the Ukrainian authorities for the systems.
Ekotechnik Czech completed a 5 MW plant in the Ukraine last year, in Yasenovka, Khmelnitskyi. In a statement released, the company said that it has a photovoltaic pipeline in thr Ukraine totaling more than 220 MW.
No further details were released.
Friday, 22.02.2013 10:08
Sorry, but as far as I know, Yasenovka is not in Romania. Please re-check this information.
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